We believe that there are numerous ways you can go about reducing sweaty and smelly feet, such as a diet change, but one of the ways we've discovered some time ago when we got into natural living is to wear natural socks that are made from mainly natural fibers like hemp, organic cotton & wool. In contrast, synthetic socks (see right image) like the fun ones the hospitals tend to give out to its patients tend to contribute to the sweaty & stinky problems some of us may have experienced.
Having observed the ethereal energy that pervades our body (chi, prana, mana, etc.) and atmosphere, what I've noticed is that energy becomes stale once it gets trapped. You can see examples of this in nature when bodies of water becomes trapped and turns green. You can also observe this when we as humans harbor emotions that we cannot express. Another example is when you walk into a house that hasn't been ventilated for a while.
Because synthetic fabric block the unseen metaphysical energy from flowing in and out of our body via the skin's millions of pores, like a band-aided pruned finger, the energy within and around our feet becomes idle and stale and starts to sweat which then creates an environment that fosters bacteria/yeast/fungi or whatever you wanna call it. And as we all know from our lab experiments with petri dishes back in the middle school days, bacteria releases quite a bit of gases during fermentation which smells like...pungent feet.
In short, if you want to combat sweaty and odorous feet naturally, try changing out your socks to a natural alternatives, especially if you engage in labor intensive exercises or work (like construction). To give ya an idea of its effectiveness, here's what one of our amazing customers had said recently in his review about our hemp + organic cotton socks.
Changing to any natural pair of hemp socks should do the trick to help with the odor and sweaty feet. However, if you're into quality products made from hemp, made in the USA, and contributes its profits toward charitable causes (such as orphanages), we invite you to check out the socks we had spent about 2 years to design. To read more details about them, please click here. Otherwise you can purchase them directly below. For a limited time, feel free to use coupon code: BlogSocks10 for a 10% discount off your entire purchase at our shop.